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  • NOTE: No more than 3 online images.
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  • Mini-lesson on copyrightToday’s DS workshop includes a mini-lesson on copyright. Here is a Q&A animation about copyright terms. Play if you have time:http://www.cyberbee.com/cb_copyright.swf
  • List of Licenses:AttributionAttribution-NoDerivsAttribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlikeAttribution-ShareAlikeAttribution-NonCommercialAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs
  • In the Digital Story project, only 3 searched images are allowed. W200 students should (re-)create their own images for the project.The jobaid (hiperlinked) provides general guidelines.Encourage students to visit TTL for help. Make sure students spends enough time on the project.
  • In the Digital Story project, only 3 searched images are allowed. W200 students should (re-)create their own images for the project.The jobaid (hiperlinked) provides general guidelines.Encourage students to visit TTL for help. Make sure students spends enough time on the project.
  • To download the program, click on the hyperlinked text.Comment this software also could be virtually used in school’s IUanyWARE in your own PC or laptop.
  • Hyperlink leads to the Audacity jobaid.
  • Any other options?
  • Other sites?
  • Bring ALL your images & narration mp3 file in your flash drive to the class next week (Week 4)
  • --Explain the students how they should keep their files before they start producing the actual movie.
  • Spring2013 w200 week3_part2

    1. 1. Digital Story Workshop WEEK 3
    2. 2. WHERE ARE WE?  Select a Topic  Create a Script ☐ Create a Storyboard Week 3 ☐ Produce NARRATION and IMAGES Week 4 Completing the files, adding the music Week 5 ☐
    3. 3. GENERAL FEEDBACK ON STORYBOARDS• Important: – Script length (Movie 2-2.5 minute) – Number of Storyboard Slides – Draw images instead of describing – Focus (Address topics) – Creativity• Modify your storyboard based on your instructor’s feedback
    4. 4. DIGITAL STORY IDEASTwelve Ways to Make Your Own Digital Scenes• Clay Animation • In Plain English Style• Playing with text • Purely Animation• Video Still Cut Animations 1 • Scissors and Felt• Video Still Cut Animations 2 • Changing Focus with• Dress Up and Videotape Popping Objects• Act Out with Your Voice • Screen Recording • Green Screen Video Recording
    5. 5. PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHERPiece the digital options together with• Title• Narration• Captions• CreditsHow to get to resources to make the movie• Library http://www.libraries.iub.edu/index.php?pageId=3757• ETS https://info.educ.indiana.edu/ttlreserve/Default.aspx• TTL
    6. 6. COPYRIGHT GUIDELINES(No more than 3 external images for this assignment) Purpose : Non-commercial and educational purpose Media Faire Use Text Material Up to 10%of the total or 1,000 words, whichever is less. Motion Media Up to 10%of the total or 3 minutes, whichever is less. Music Up to 10% of the work but no more than 30 seconds of the music or lyrics from an individual musical work. Illustrations or No more than 5 images from one artist or Photographs photographer. No more than 10% or 15 images, whichever is less, from a collection.
    7. 7. IMAGES • Collecting Images – Copyright (Class Prep#3) – Choose images with appropriate Creative Commons Licenses • In this project, only 3 external images are allowed. • It is your story, so be CREATIVE… but PROFESSIONAL at the same time…
    8. 8. IMAGES - SEARCHING• http://www.google.com/advanced_image_search• http://www.flickr.com/search/advanced/• http://search.creativecommons.org/
    9. 9. IMAGES - CITATION• Right click on a selected image and copy & paste the location information (= citation info) to the citation template (next slide!)• Save image as “sequence_image content” to your flash driveTry this on your own!
    10. 10. Citation Template ExampleNo. Image/Music Name Web Location Retrieval DateImage1 Flower1 http://www.stanford.edu/~grg/images/orange 09/01/2012 _flower.jpgImage2Image3Music* Once your citation is complete, you can export the slide as an imageand add it as a scene to the movie.
    11. 11. HOW TO RECORD YOUR NARRATION USING AUDACITY ULA Demo: Audacity is a free, easy-to-use audio editor and recorder for Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux and other operating systems. You can use Audacity to: • Record live audio • Edit MP3 and WAV sound files • Cut, copy, splice or mix sounds together 1.Go to programs on your computer and type audacity. 2.Start the program.
    12. 12. HOW TO RECORD YOUR NARRATION USINGAUDACITY (Job-aid) Click on the red Record button to begin recording. Click on the blue Pause button to pause the recording. Press it again to continue. Click on the yellow Stop button to cease recording. The cursor will return to its previous position, before the recording was started
    13. 13. HOW TO SAVE YOUR NARRATION IN .MP31. Click the File menu2. Click Export As MP3 or WAV3. Click OK on the opening panel4. Save the file to your flash memory into the narration folder.See the Audacity job aid on the week 3Important Notes:• Quality of the narration is EXTREMELY important• You can use TTL to record your narration• Other audio-recording programs can be used as well (MP3) E.g. Digital sound recorder
    14. 14. MUSIC (ROYALTY-FREE)• Do not use commercial music• Royalty-Free Music 1. INCOMPETECH 2. The Free Music Directory 3. Jamendo Choose music with appropriate Creative Commons Licenses
    15. 15. FOR NEXT WEEK (WEEK #4)1.Create at least 5 of your own images; video; screenrecording1.If you use external online images (max 3). Find them beforeweek 4 and keep them in your flash drive with the URL info.2.Record your narration using audacity or other audio-recording tools (Remember quality, mp3 preferred)3.Make sure to keep all the files on your flash drive. Bringyour flashdrive to week 4 class.
    16. 16. FILE MANAGEMENTThis is important, and will help you greatly when you are working with thefiles in Windows Movie Maker or iMovie.• Create a main folder in your flash drive, and name it as “Digital Story”• Create subfolders for your: “Images”, “Music files”, “Narration” and “Others”• All your files need to be saved on your flash drive. Visuals